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Volume 2 issue 1 of Grotesque Quarterly Magazine


Fiction: “Post-truth” by Robert Repino
Fiction: “Bloodshed” by Felicia Green
Fiction: “Growth” by Kevin Buchholz
Fiction: “The Feast” by J.W. Boswell
Fiction: “Adze” by Ita Ekhaletruo
Fiction: “Crapper John” by Thomas Vaughn
Fiction: “Mr Modena” by Callum Colback
Fiction: “Accord” by Brendan Kearney
Fiction: “Mr. Star” by Daniel Davis
Fiction: “Wages of Sin” by Eleanor Mae

Poetry: “A Study in White” by Wesley D. Gray
Poetry: “One Sea-Side Grave” by Christina Georgina Rossetti
Poetry: “Midnight Reverie” by Oka Benard Osahon
Poetry: “The Hunt” by Ed Ahern
Poetry: “Survivor” by Kayla Bashe
Poetry: “Ghost in the Night” and “Made of Straw” by Alexa Findlay
Poetry: “Haunted Houses” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Art by Przemys?aw Szaw?owski

Album Review: The Howlers – “Watch the World Die”
Album Review: The Horrors – “Primary Colours”

Article: The Naughty List – Christmas Horror-Comedy Films

Ghost stories from readers like you in The Obituary!

Comic: Felipe Femur & Friends – Read something cute to avoid nightmares after all this horror!

And More!

Grotesque Magazine is a quarterly publication for all things horror. The gory, the scary, the psychologically thrilling, and the supernatural can all find their homes here. Our magazine features contemporary and classic horror stories from both established and up-and-coming authors. From literary fiction to splatter-punk; flash fiction to poetry, Grotesque Magazine thirsts for it as long as it contains some aspect of horror. Beyond the strange horizons of horror fiction, Grotesque Magazine showcases nonfiction articles and reviews on Psychobilly, Death Metal, and Horror-punk music, as well as horror and horror-comedy movies and television shows. We?re also known to unearth the occasional gruesome drink or food recipes and enjoy art and comics in the horror genre. In our Obituary section we let readers tell us their ghost stories.

This magazine contains adult content and themes and is not meant for readers under eighteen years of age.

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